UNIGIS Amsterdam presents a series of Expert Webinars that are open to anyone interested in the particular topics presented.

The first webinar scheduled on Wednesday April 8 at 5 pm (CET) is about the fascinating topic of Sensor Web & The Internet of Things.

Sensors and the Internet of Things bring about a continuous flow of dynamic data. It is a challenge for Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) design and development to cope with this ever evolving ‘Internet of Everything’.Join this webinars’ panelists Michel Grothe (Geo Information Architect at Geonovum) and Erik van der Zee (Senior Consultant Geo-ICT at Geodan) in their quest by listening to their best practices and experience in applying sensor and dynamic spatial data in Smart City initiatives.
The webinar will be hosted by Dr. Niels van Manen, Coordinator UNIGIS Amsterdam.

Registration for the webinar Sensor Web & The Internet of Things on Wednesday April 8 (5-6 pm CET) is now open. Registration is required for participation.

Mark your calendars also for the other UNIGIS Expert Webinars scheduled:

  • Wednesday May 13, 5-6 pm CET, English spoken
    Linked Data in Digital Humanities: Bringing new insights with location intelligence.
    Panelists: Erwin Folmer (Lead Platform Linked Data at Geonovum), Frans Knibbe (Researcher at Geodan), Xander Wilcke (Researcher at VU University Amsterdam). Hosted by Mark Opmeer, Researcher at SPINlab VU Amsterdam.
  • Wednesday June 10, 5-6 pm CET, Dutch spoken / Nederlandstalig
    De nieuwe Omgevingswet komt eraan: hoe bereiden we de digitale informatievoorziening voor?
    Presentaties door: Monique van Scherpenzeel (Beheer RO Standaarden bij Geonovum) en Sandra van Wijngaarden (Programmamanager Omgevingswet bij Geonovum)

Follow us @unigisamsterdam to get the latest updates about the webinars and other events. Although there is a geo-ict focus in every webinar topic, you do not necessarily have to be familiar with geo-ict. These webinars target a broad audience. The webinars are free to attend and take only one hour of your time.

UNIGIS Amsterdam presents: Expert Webinars open to all
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